When I look in the mirror I see someone who isn’t really comfortable with her chin. (There, that’s better…put the phone in front of your mouth-hide that chin, I think to my self.) But, in reality, I know I need to cut this wonderful soul and her reflection a break. Because despite her physical imperfections, she’s really fun, artistic, smart, and loving, and when the people who love me are with me they don’t see what I see.
Me and my dad. I hated the hair dryer-it scared me. He came over to make me feel more at ease. The doll didn’t help, either.
Remember those old bonnet style hairdryers? They made a “whrrr” sound and had a funny smell.
When I was in Venice, I spotted these men just sitting at the base of this beautiful doorway-three friends catching a break probably from work. The were smiling and laughing and seemed to be enjoying each other. True companions.
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A few weeks ago I was in Venice with my family and as we were crossing one of the many pedestrian bridges I spotted this mime looking up at us. The pigeon and the mime seem to be keeping each other company, but if only for a moment.
A fleeting moment in time, a pigeon and a mime.
Took all these photos on our morning walk through the woods. Xander on the path. Dewy Shoeys. Which way to go at the woods? This green (ish) artsy chair was not at the woods, but rather it was on display at Home Goods.